Jonathan Blitzer Biography
Nevertheless, he initially joined the network in September 2013 as an editorial staff member and contributor and served for three years and seven months. Before, he served as a contributing columnist for The New York Times for one year.
Jonathan Blitzer Age
Jonathan Blitzer was born in the United States of America. Nevertheless, his date, year, and place of birth remain in the dark, thus his exact age and when he celebrates his birthday remain an enigma.
Jonathan Blitzer Height
Jonathan stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (approx. 1.77 m).
Jonathan Blitzer Family
He was raised by his loving and supportive parents, whose names remain in the dark. Nonetheless, we will keep you updated as soon as we obtain trustworthy and pertinent information about the matter.
Jonathan Blitzer Wife
Despite being a prominent media personality, Jonathan has managed to keep private details such as his marital status below the radar. Nevertheless, we shall keep you updated as soon as we acquire reliable and pertinent information regarding the matter.
Jonathan Blitzer Education
He enrolled at Columbia University located in New York where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and philosophy in 2007.
Jonathan Blitzer Salary
He receives a remarkable salary of $96,380 annually. This is in accordance with The New Yorker staff writers’ salaries.
Jonathan Blitzer Net Worth
Jonathan Blitzer has piled up a desirable amount of wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Jonathan Blitzer Career
He is currently working as a staff writer for the New Yorker since September 2017. Nevertheless, he initially joined the network in September 2013 as an editorial staff member and contributor and served for three years and seven months. Later, he upgraded to a contributing writer at newyorker.com prior to his current role.
Before, he served as a contributing columnist for The New York Times for one year. He also served as a freelance journalist writing essays for The New Republic, Prospect, and The Atlantic from September 2010 to May 2013. He started his journalism career at The Wall Street Journal, where he served as a culture reporter for two years.
From March 2010 to May 2013, he also served as an editor at Words Without Borders. Prior to joining the journalism industry, he served as a translator for a year, and Research Associate for two years at Brennan Center for Justice.